Ghanaian policemen allegedly harassing and forcefully shut a shop belonging to a Nigerian businessman in Accra, capital of the West African country.
The police men were spotted in a viral video as the Nigerian businessman challenged the officials clearly stated that he has paid both his company tax and all other necessary fees even before registering his business.
The man showed off the documents which backed his claim and also asked the policemen to provide evidence of non-payment of tax by him.
The businessman who criticized the policemen for treating their fellow Africans so unfairly, said he is being harassed over the non-payment of $1 million as tax to the Ghanian government.
In the video obtained by PR Nigeria, he was heard saying;
“I have been doing business in Ghana since 2007, and I have not defaulted in paying my tax. I have the necessary papers to back up my claim. You guys are only closing our shops because of the $1 million you ask us to pay. Where do you want us to get the $1 million”.
This is coming after the president of Nigerian Traders Union in Ghana, Chukwuemeka Nnaji decried the closure of shops owned by Nigerians by Ghanaian authorities.
Asides revealing that Ghanaian authorities demanded cash payment of one million dollars for their shops to be reopened, it was further learnt that they were asked to employ a minimum of 25 skilled Ghanaian workers and must not trade in commodities that Ghanaian traders have applied to trade in.